suRRism-Phonoethics is very proud to release Zreen Toyz by the name of 'Rouille'!
Created in 2003 in Paris, Rouille was used as an ambient background for the sculptures exhibitions of Jean Tinguely and Alberto Giacometti.
Twenty minutes shorter than the original, this remixed version (March 2013) is more focused on progression of the sonorous events.
About Zreen Toyz
Rather than to present himself as a composer or musician, the French artist Zreen Toyz (born in 1954) likes to think of himself as a Sculptor of Sounds.
Since his first pieces created in 1970, he works the sound material following inspiration of the moment, a raw and instinctive approach by stratification where any imperfection or sound incident become a harshness on which to hang on atmospheres or reflections. In this way, he creates impalpable and timeless landscapes where vibrations, noises, and collages erase the structure of the piece.
His music is often used for artistic exhibitions, contemporary choreographies, documentary movies and recently as ambient backgrounds for video games.